Welcome to the October 20, 2018 edition of The Writing Round-Up, a gathering of tips for teaching writing and for growing as a teacher writer. We appreciate you stopping by.
Whether you are a teacher of writers or a teacher who writes, we've found some great tips for you this week! Let's get started...
Become a Teach Write Cartonera Classroom and take part in a fun, affordable and supported writing project that builds student engagement and enthusiasm for writing. Read more here.
Get together with some awesome teacher-writers without ever leaving home! We are now forming our next cohort of teacher-writers for our Time to Write! virtual writing workshop. We will meet on Wednesday evenings starting November 7. Register or find more information here.
What does it take to build a community of writers in your school or classroom? Literacy for Pleasure has some tips for you.
The excuses for why we don't write can run a mile long. It's time to stop the madness. Check out "3 Ways to Quit Waiting for 'Perfect' Writing Conditions" from Sara Mann and The Write Life for more.
Teaching writing without teaching writing? Sarah J. Donovan explores this interesting idea.
Want your students to grow into great writers? There's one important thing you must do. Rich Czyz tells you how in this 4 O'Clock Faculty post.
Mark your calendar to join us for the #TeachWrite Twitter Chat on Monday, November 5th at 7:30 pm ET. Our theme for the chat is "A Potluck of Writing Questions" featuring questions submitted by our #TeachWrite community. You can sign up for a text reminder for all of our chats here.
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